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degrees in st. louis. 64 in dallas. the center portions of the united states is dealing with warmer, mild air. that is what is going to be headed our way for the daytime for tomorrow. 60 degrees for tomorrow in some areas. the futurescan model, clear skies for the daytime for sunday. 8:00 a.m. a beautiful day. clouds will be on the increase throughout the day and by game time for 8:00 tomorrow evening, mostly-cloudy skies and then the rain showers will hold off. by monday morning, by your morning commute or if you have an early-morning flight, there could be travel delays as a cool front will push in allows for scattered rain showers. a better chance for heavier precipitation around 11:00 a.m. it's a fast-muling cold front that will push through fairly fast. we have an area of high-pressure system in control. nice and mild for the daytime for tomorrow. one more nice, sunny day. here comes that cold front is in the center portions of the united states. it will bring isolated rain showers for monday. light in nature on monday and pretty much a fast-moving cold front. once t
for terminology for our developmentally disabled across the entire united states. >> when is your birthday rosa? >> i don't think you can stop the playground use of the word probably ever, but we can stop teachers and doctors and professionals from using it. >>reporter: it could take years before this bill turns into federal law. >>> across the country, people are making big plans for thanksgiving and that means traveling to see friends and family. triple a expects nearly 39 million people who will be traveling this holiday. air travel, however, is expected to be down by about 1.5 percent this year. highway travel is expected to be up by 1.4 percent. >>> nicole was featured on maryland's most wanted two weeks ago and soon after the story aired, was captured by authorities. tonight police hope you will give them a tip that will lead them to her accomplice. jeff barnd ms. more. >>reporter: this is 21-year old brown. she's wanted by the regional warrant apprehension task force on several charges, including robbery and assault. police say on august 26th, brown robbed a boutique in federal hill
. it is traveling to the north. it is going to make landfall on the southern portion of the united states. in fact, they can look at the storm. it will be a category 1 and dropping down to making landfall as a category 1 around pensacola. this is the national hurricane center projected path right now. it's going to make a right turn and go over the panhandle of the state of florida and stay in southern georgia and over northern florida. zee an area of high pressure blocking that moisture to try to make its way north. it will be mainly a florida event in parts of the south and mississippi and also in alabama and georgia. we'll continue to monitor this. it's a very active category 2 down there that's churng in the gulf of mexico. at home, look at our hd skycamp relatively quiet conscience. we saw a beautiful day today. looking at 50 degrees right now. still a mild night. winds are calm. our humidity levels at 89 percent. as far as the temperatures across the area, 47 degrees in harris burg. 56 in new york city. down to the south of us. 50 in richmond. we'll continue to see the mild f
national cemetery. >>> the united states, meanwhile, is demanding more accountability from afghanistan before it commits more aide for its civilians. he can do more to reduce corruption and go after those who may have lewded u.s. aid in the past. >> we agree that our goal here is to defeat al-qaeda. that has been a clear goal and a mission from the president ever since he made his commitment of additional troops back in the spring. >> president barack obama is expected to announce a troop increase in afghanistan after he returns from his trip to asia. >>> an unusual clash on the u.s.-mexican border. the washington times working on a story about how environmental law has become an obstacle for border patrol agents trying to stop illegal immigrants. >> the department of homeland security complained. they've had to mount horses because they can't upset the pristine lands down there. >> to read more, go to fokbaltimore.com and click on the i con. >>> federal health officials say almost 4,000 people have died of the h1-n1 virus and 22 million people have had the virus. the cdc is urgin
brought to the united states from mexico to work as prostitutes. carlo sa lot was charged with trafficking and prosecutors have dropped the charges because of lack of evidence. big disappointment to the people that live around the homes. >> have something like that going o you know, 10 blocks or 10 houses away. you know, is disconcerting and it is disappointing obviously that they did not have enough evidence to be able to follow through with charges. >> now prosecutors say some of the evidence in the case disappeared. from the police department. and the two accused prostitutes refused to testify. >> a dozen suspects are accused tonight of stealing a foreign in books, nearly $100,000 worth of books from libraries and other maryland universities. karen parks live at umbc with the latest tonight on this story. karen, what can you tell us. they are calling them the library book bandits. suspected of stealing books from right here at umbc, libraries in baltimore city and county. and prince george's county and harford community college. >> today, we're announcing that a prince george's county j
legislation will bring the united states "one step closer to quality health care for all americans." legislation would cost $1.two trillion, $300 billion more than what was originally promised. the bill includes the controversial public option of government-run insurance programs. >>> a final vote is expected any time tonight. we want to take a live look on the house floor as those votes are coming in. right now they are voting on the amendment. looks like democrats are voting heavily against it. >>> there's a long way to go even if the overall health care reform bill does pass tonight. it needs to be passed in the senate and a compromised bill between the chambers has to be approved and sent to the president. >>> there was lots of opposition in washington today, hoping the bill doesn't get that far. >> (chanting). kill the bill. >> demonstratorstheir protest outside of the capital trying to convince lawmakers to kill the bill. protesters see it as a government takeover of the nation's health care system. >> it's government reaching in our personal life and that's -- when go
temperature of muggy temperatures. and 32 in chicago. 55 in dallas. so center portions of the united states is feeling mild air. it is moving our way by is sunday. so cold front pushed through today and brought the blustery winds in our region. and that moves out. and good news, is high pressure builds in beautifully for the weekend. tomorrow afternoon, wide spread sunshine. temperatures in the mid 50s. nice conditions, dry conditions. and sunny conditions will stick with us for a couple of days. and toward sunday, that's when temperatures climb into the upper 50s. close to 60 degrees for sunday. then as we look toward monday. another cold front develops and moves into our region and bring rain showers from monday. but tomorrow, saturday, looks like a beautiful day. 50 for the eastern shore forecast. winds still strong out there. it will take the time to slowly subside out of the northwest at 20 miles per hour. into central maryland. beautiful day in store. 53 degrees. partly sunny skies. and winds out of the northwest at 15 miles per hour. and five-day forecast. things are not bad. sunday
the trial, muhammad defense team took aim. >> what is more unseemingly is the attorney of the united states saying we're going to virginia where mr. muhammad will be child. >> the vic are tim's family never demanded death for him but asked for prayers. >> we do not intend to be beaten by this. we do not hold hatred for anyone. we despise the actions taken. but the perpetrators were human beings just like ourselves. >> jeff abell, fox 45 news. >> well muhammad is set to die here in virginia at 9:00 tomorrow night. his last hope is with the governor of virginia, who is not expected to grant him clemency. we're live in southern virginia tonight. jeff abell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> all right. jeff. families of the victims will be there for the execution. but his ex-wife will not. she said john flipped the switch apparently after his time in operation desert storm. and said john raged war on her psychologically and emotionally when she filed for divorce. >> i knew he was going to kill me. and i was fearful for my life. but i never ever thought that he would go to this length. never. ever. it st
places to go. >> over the years, the fund has set up more than 40 reading rooms throughout the united states. most right here in the baltimore area. >> you need the money. the time is right now. >> later on fox 45 news at 10:00. property in baltimore worth billons. that pay no taxes. a closer look at why the city is losing ground in the cover story tonight. >> but next. after one county bans teen taning, find out which county may follow >> baltimore's murder count for the year tops on 200. a rash of shootings throughout the city left eight dead. since thursday. john rydell with more on what the police commissioner is saying about the violence. >> i heard a woman screaming. help me, he is bleeding. he is bleeding. >> it was saturday afternoon. when 62-year-old margie stopped to visit her son. who is confined to a wheelchair. but moments later, a man wearing a ski mask opened fire. >> she took the groceries in the house and the guy must have came in behind her. and started to shoot. then he start to shoot. margie his mother. >> margie shot, at least twice and remains hospitalized. but h
asked about his loyalty, whether it was to the united states, he said no, it was to the koran. but he has murdered and assassinated people and yelling out jihadist remarks. and tried to communicate with al-qaida. and talked about the extremist views, even in his counseling sessions he did not try to hide it. >> that brings us to the question of the day. were the fort hood shootings an act of terrorism? so far 76 percent say yes. and 24 percent say no. nancy from lutherville writes on our website. this tortured soul is obviously mentally ill. too bad his superiors did not pay attention in time to prevent the incident. but ellyiate from belair writes. terrorism beyond any doubt. only a fool would call it any other type of crime. more responses on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> former governor ehrlich received a letter on state democratic party letterhead that outlines his so-called faults while governor of the state of maryland. what is so intriguing about the letter is that ehrlich has not announced that he is running for anything. we talked to mr. ehrlich about the letter in our poli
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